Huawei has announced that it was selected by the Abu Dhabi Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ADCCI) to completely transform its existing IT infrastructure, and deploy a converged and digital IP network.
The deployment, according to Huawei, that will see ADCCI better serve current and future business members across Abu Dhabi and Al Ain. ADCCI simplifies the process of setting up a business in the Emirate by providing a range of business facilities and consulting that has helped numerous companies so far.
“ADCCI has an obligation to its members to provide the highest levels of service by offering a host of facilities that help investors fast-track their business setup, contributing to stronger economic growth through inward investment in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi,” said Mohammad Huwaireb Al Muhairi, IT Director, ADCCI. “To do this, ADCCI’s ICT environment needed to be at the forefront of technological capability to provide efficient, seamless member services while ensuring it can leverage next-generation digital technology like mobility, wireless convergence and advanced network security. Huawei has been instrumental in revamping our network environment while future-proofing our investments for continued business growth.”
According to the vendor, the implementation of the solution reduced employee complaints to zero and this resulted in more productivity towards providing services to the Chamber members. ADCCI saw a dramatic increase in productivity and greater levels of employee mobility for their staff of over 250.
“Huawei enables enterprises across the UAE to succeed in their digital transformation by providing New ICT in an open, customer-driven ecosystem centered on its cloud-pipe-device strategy,” said Colin Hu, Vice President, Huawei Enterprise Middle East. “Huawei’s Agile Network Solution has helped ADCCI transform its ICT infrastructure, improve network operations and management while significantly reducing maintenance time and cost. Additionally, our implementation team was able to carry out a complete migration to the new network with minimal downtime or disruption of services to members, something that was critical to ADCCI.”